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'Game of Thones' targeted in HBO hack
Cyber criminals claim to have the script of an upcoming episode of the hit show among other stolen data
UAE denies hacking Qatari state websites
The United Arab Emirates was not responsible for an alleged hack of Qatari websites, the UAE's minister of state for foreign affairs said on Monday.
Disruption continues as multinationals struggle with global cyber attack
Several large firms suffered ongoing disruption on Wednesday from the latest cyber strike
UK parliament hit by cyber attack targeting email accounts
The House of Commons said it protected the accounts and restricted remote access to the network as a precaution, leaving some MPs and staff locked out of their emails over the weekend.
US investigators believe Russia prompted Qatar crisis
US officials believe a Russian hack may be among the causes for a rift between Arab Gulf nations.
Second massive WannaCry-like cyber attack identified
Cyber security experts reveal they have found a second massive computer virus which has affected hundreds of thousands of computers world-wide.
US Army whistleblower Chelsea Manning released from jail
The US army whistleblower who was imprisoned for her involvement in the US army's biggest information leak, will be released from prison Wednesday.
Lazarus Group suspected of hack attack
Cyber security bods suspected Lazarus Group of hack attack
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Friday’s global cyber attack hit 150 countries, bringing factories, hospitals and shops to a standstill.
Ransomware for €100 - how hidden stores are making online crime easier
Buying guns, stolen credit cards or even suicide kits is getting easier as hidden online stores become more sophisticated, it’s been claimed.
Malware Monday as more WannaCry victims expected
More WannaCry victims expected as people return to work
EUROPOL admits stunned by scale of cyberattack
Police forces around the world astonished at ambition and execution of global cyberattack.
Will WannaCry strike again?
Businesses around the world are preparing for a further cyber attack amid fears that a lull in the computer bug that halted production at car factories, operations at hospitals and work at schools and
World's computers struggle to reboot after unprecedented cyberattack
Global security experts are worried about the scale and scope of the latest cyberattack, which spread ransomware in 100 countries causing massive disruption, including to vital services.
The world is held to ransom
Europol is investigating an "unprecedented" global cyber attack that targeted the UK health system and has led French carmarker Renault to halt production at some sites.
UK hospitals, Spanish businesses hit by cyber attack
Hackers have launched massive ransomware attacks on the UK health service and a range of Spain's biggest companies in a bid to extort money.
Macron campaign targeted by 'Russian hackers'
French presidential hopeful Emmanuel Macron was the victim of a cyber attack, say experts
Germany threatens tech firms with €50m fines for hate speech
German ministers have approved a draft law aimed at tackling the growing problem of cyber hate and false information of a criminal nature on the web.
Conflicts in cyberspace: a normative approach to preventing cyberwars
The Russian cyber attacks that were meant to skew the 2016 US election toward Donald Trump have raised new concerns about conflicts in cyberspace. How might normative taboos, such as those against chemical and biological weapons, be adapted to the cyber realm?